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Today we reached an important milestone in the development of the new Office.
Moments ago, the Office engineering team signed off on the Release to Manufacturing (RTM) build. This milestone means the coding and testing phase of the project is complete and we are now focused on releasing the new Office via multiple distribution channels to our consumer and business customers.
This is the most ambitious release of Office we've ever done. It spans the full family of Office applications, servers and cloud services. The new Office has a fresh, touch friendly design that works beautifully on Windows 8 and unlocks modern scenarios in social, reading, note-taking, meetings and communications. We are proud to achieve this milestone and are eager to deliver this exciting release to our customers.
General availability is planned for the first quarter of 2013. Starting October 19, customers purchasing Office 2010 from local retailers or resellers will receive the new Office for free upon availability. Customers will also see a preview version of the new Office on Windows RT devices, beginning with the Windows 8 launch on October 26.
Additionally, we have a number of programs that provide business customers with early access so they can begin testing, piloting and adopting Office within their organizations:
Please stay tuned for more specifics on general availability dates and other Office launch news. In the meantime, if you'd like to give the pre-release version a try, you can visit office.com/preview.
Thank you to the millions of people who have been testing early releases of the new Office. We are grateful for your support. Your invaluable feedback has helped us make the new Office the best Office ever.
Kirk KoenigsbauerCorporate Vice President Microsoft Office Division
Last week Microsoft announced the Release to Manufacturing (RTM) status of it’s Office products including
Really its a very good for all the windows user, i was also using windows since from childhood. I love to use windows because its very dynamic and user friendly. I hope that the new Office 2013 will make new achievements since like the previous versions. Now i am hungry to use the New office 2013.
SharePoint 2013, Lync 2013, Office 2013 y Exchange 2013 en RTM
Will you have the ability to colour diffrenetly the sub folders? I have more than 100 sub-folders in my inbox, and sorting all the emails to the correct subfolder is musch easier when you can colour the subfolder. Thanks.
Last week was a busy week for the company. Our Office division reached the release to manufacturing
Does the 10/19 date for free upgrades apply to standalone Visio 2010 purchases as well? In other words, if I buy a box copy of Visio 2010 Standard on 10/19, will I be eligible for a free copy of Visio 2013 when it's available?
That is dumb. You pay for 3 devices you should get three devices, i know i personaly would prefer not to have something subscription based and instead be able to install office on my desktop and 2 laptops through regular media and not with a subscription
先週、 次期 Office の RTM が発表され、まずソフトウェア アシュアランスをお持ちのボリュームライセンスのお客様には 11 月中旬頃よりソフトウェアが利用可能になると告知されました。次期 Office
@Milorad G, in part, yes. We provide Access, InfoPath, OneNote, Lync client, SharePoint Server, Project and Visio ase part of th DreamSpark program. The 2013 version of these applications/servers will be available as part of DreamSpark program at general availability.
@Yaron, unfortunately, this feature is not present in the new release, but I appreciate the suggestion; it's a good one.
@Connor, apologies for the delay in answering. Access, InfoPath, OneNote, Lync client, SharePoint Server, Project and Visio are part of the DreamSpark program. The 2013 version of these applications/servers will be available in the DreamSpark program at general availability.
So inother words, the most used piece of software by students will not be avaiable, instead, 5 other pieces of software will be avaiable in its place and students will still need to pay for word, power point and excel, i dont think i understand microsofts logic in this one.
Q: If I buy Office Pro Plus 2010 from my bookstore from tafe (We can get it for about $130) will we be able to get a free upgrade?
A few days ago, Kirk Koenigsbauer announced on the Office.com news blog that the "New Office Reaches